So. The ‘endmyopia companion’ app exists.
Very roughly and very much not something you need to download at this point.
It’s nowhere near ready for primetime. Current status is just a mostly unannounced beta, it’s in the app store just as we were testing whether Apple was ok with various things, like the name, and some of the contents.
Good news, it is.
Still a lot of work to do.
See related threads here: 📲 iOS App(s) Update - App-ifying Endmyopia
Working now to see whether Apple will let us include the courses as in-app purchases. That way we could combine measuring and suggested articles, and free DIY, with the option for supporting endmyopia and in exchange getting the structured approach and support from me and all of that as well.
While that’s technically a small part (the vast majority of participants use the free resources), it would mean that we could put all parts of endmyopia onto a phone.
If that works out (certainly an ‘if’ at this point), then next would be putting it all on Android ("Jake dude bro plzzz why not Android, Jake plzzz Android plz).
Not that I want to do any of these things, but our traffic has shifted very notably from desktop to mobile. So, going with the times and where the users are, and trying to play by the rules and also trying not to spend all the moniez on developers.
Waiting on Apple’s latest feedback now, based on that will decide on next steps. Will update here as things evolve.